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Legalize It! (Peace Not Prisons, End The Drug War)

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A horrific simulation of a future world gone mad. The drug war having raged out of control with relocation (death) camps being filled with peaceful cannabis users.

You the player being a peaceful non-voilent cannabis user finding yourself the first addition to a whole new death camp complex.

Sure to be a cult classic. You run around collecting "bong hits" for health & armor while killing off (in self defense) all the classic drug war baddies. Cool sounds sampled from NWA, Cypress Hill, Ice-T & others. Lots of cool anti-drug war slogans.

Lets prevent this story from becoming true. Peace Not, Prisons, End the Drug War. Learn to be an expert anti-drug war debater from the bonus file schaffer.exe (zip file in executable format).


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I could have sworn there was a version that replaced the armor with big buds.. A little more focused on comedy than the politics. Either way this wad kind of stinks.

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"Lets prevent this story from becoming true." Nice sentiments. Of course post 9/11 the world is far worse. http://reason.com/bl og/2010/05/05/video- of-swat-raid-on-miss ouri

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Nothing but Ice-T and Cypress Hill samples. For shame.

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Five stars because i like weird stuff. Funduke

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I tend to like weird stuff too, but this is just pointless junk. 0/5

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Bad wad but good cause. I give it 3/5 for being aginst the drugs.

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First of all, politics don't belong in doom. Second of all, the actual resources and levels suck enough ass that they would make the Village People blush which isn't doesn't help your cause. Third of all, if this is what we get from people that smoke pot all day then I would rather the drugs stay illegal and the author be put in prison for life.

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Maybe, if you weren't high on peyote, your levels wouldn't suck cock, you hippie fuck.

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i give it 5 stars because of the drug war and because i think this is a good wad.

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"We got the 8 ball rollin!" Nuff said - this is absolutely a classic. Invite a friend over, pack a few bowls, enjoy, cause this map is the real deal.

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what a stupid and ugly wad

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While I agree mainly agree with the "message" of this wad, I think political issues have no place in Doom-projects whatsoever. 3/5 I guess...

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Wad isn't very good, but I like the message, so 3/5 for you.

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it was retarded back when it was released and it's still retarded now. 0/5

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... stupid political soap-boxes ....

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Wow, retarded drug propaganda. 0 stars.

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This is interesting more as a portrait of a certain kind of person circa 1995 than as a resource; back when internet users tended to be middle-class single white male university residents with little experience of the outside world. The text files included (seemingly virus-free) are batty; "I believe that doctors and African-Americans are absolutely vital to our success and that every one of us should take immediate steps to recruit them to our cause" etc. The sounds tend to pop at the end.

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I remember when this first came out back in the day. I was only 12 at the time, but I remember thinking it was pretty cool. Of course, being an impressionable youth probably had something to do with it. Looking back on it, yes this is a bad wad, but I'm giving it a 3/5 just for the nostalgia.

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Bunch 'o' "political soapbox" crap...

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This is extremely pitiful. You really have to suffer from a mental defect to do (and release) something like this. If you weren't against drugs before, you surely are after you've seen this.

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Gotta do better than that. Make Compton and themes based off funny ghetto movies!

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Yep, "The War On Drugs" is retarded

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Someone had way too much time on their hands. 0 stars -sargebaldy

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I remember getting this in 99' and at that time people were excited about this.......i mean this was made in 95....i was 8 then.....now im 25

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Pointless and stupid, i felt like my brain cells were committing suicide while i was playing this wad. 0/5 Horrible wad is VERY HORRIBLE!!

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